Sunnier Palms Nudist Park

Nature Abounds Every Where: Enter---Naturally!

What You May See----
 Naturally!
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 Sunnier Palms Agriculture Area,. Communal Gardens, and Orange Grove   is surrounded by canals and citrus groves where tenting is permitted---Naturally. It is a perfect place to delight the senses; to feel the warm breeze caress your naked body as a mother caresses a new born baby; to catch the fragrance of the citrus blossoms and the honey scented palm blossoms.

Adjacent to the large agricultural area, a few of the wildlife you might encounter include:  bobcat, great horned owl, Pileated Woodpecker, gopher tortoises, many species of butterfly, a variety of spiders, and reptiles.  Birds, birds, and more birds flock to this area.

The agricultural area includes varied fruit trees and the Sunnier Palms Community Gardens.  Members enjoy and maintain their very own garden plot--Yum.  Experiencing the co-operative spirit with fellow gardeners, the community garden allows members the joy of organic gardening at their own pace, style of fruits and vegetables, and a common enjoyment of sharing their crops and organic techniques---Ofcourse Naturally--- and members share the fruits of the citrus grove with excited park campers, while tenters set up camp amidst this special area.

This Common Area  has a historic perspective.  In the early 1990's while developing this area, Sunnier Palms assisted in the preservation of the endangered pitcher plants.  Sunnier provided a habitat for the care of a dozen of the rare species of the Lutea, while they were being transplanted to a new site by the St. Lucie County and the State Division of Forestry.  As a result several plants established a permanent home in the wetlands of Sunnier Palms.  Another preservation project involved the care of the Atala butterfly, which eats the Croontis, a species of Cycad.  Hundreds of larvae, catapillars, and chrysalids were harvested at a near by site being developed and the home bird population of Sunnier assisted in the development of this endangered beautiful butterfly.  Over the years since these events the constant dedication of Sunnier volunteers have transformed this area into one of the most respected wildlife areas in Southern Florida. 

If you  visit this area you may see sun beams dance over the strings of the spider's web, where you can stroll in solitude and fully experience natures true gifts---naturally!  Sunnier offers to all the opportunity to take a deep breath of life and view the respect appreciated for the total freedom of nudity.

Welcome to Sunnier---Where It Is Always Sunnier At Sunnier Palms.
 


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A Featured Species--
A Fresh Sprig !

The above picture is Similax ssp (Cathier)/Sunnier common name " Wild Asparagus".  Biologist David Southall taught many of us at Sunnier to idenity the tender new shoots and then enjoy raw or even better satuteed in butter.  The root of this vine is difficult to dig-up, which makes maintaining it difficult, however the reward of digging up an intact root, about the size of a fist, is great carving material.  For a short time just after it's harvested the root consistency is that of soap and easily carved.  By the next day, carved or not, the root is hard as a rock.  bon appetit. TA

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